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Refining Your Role in the Revolution

with Kate Johnson and Antoinette Klatzky

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
7:00 PM–8:30 PM

How will you make change in 2019?

Each of us has tremendous power to help make the world over. Yet it can be hard to know where to begin—until we set an intention that can illuminate our next right action.

Join Buddhist spiritual activist Kate Johnson and social systems change alchemist Antoinette Klatzky in an experiential workshop to help you crystallize your vision of a more just world and powerfully embody your unique contribution to bringing that world into reality. Through a series of group discussions, independent journaling, and visualization, explore your own personal balance between intention and resolution. Refine your role in the revolution through wise reflection and deep dialogue, and let your intention light the way forward.

About the Speakers

Kate Johnson works at the intersections of spiritual practice, social action, and creativity. She has been practicing Buddhist meditation in the Western Insight/Theravada tradition since her early twenties and is empowered to teach through Spirit Rock Meditation Center. She holds a BFA in dance from the Alvin Ailey School/Fordham University, and MA in performance studies from NYU.

Kate is a core faculty member of MIT’s Presencing Institute, and has trained hundreds of leaders and change-makers in using Social Presencing Theater, a mindfulness and dance improvisation methodology used to inform strategic planning and systems change in our complex world.

Antoinette Klatzky is a partner in strategy and operations for the Eileen Fisher Community Foundation, which works to bring transformational change for the betterment of society and the planet. She is the Executive Director and Co-Creator of the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute, which since 2010 has promoted leadership and self-empowerment for young women. At the Foundation she co-developed the Choose Handloom project, a human rights initiative in a supply chain community in India. She continues to build personal growth and mindfulness-based curriculum for Eileen Fisher’s newest initiative, Lifework. Antoinette has served on multiple local non-profit boards. She currently serves on the board of the Presencing Institute and as Co-Chair of the Westchester Women’s Agenda.

Tickets: $20.00

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